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  1. The Congo and Beyond: Live Chat on Empowering Women

    March 4, 2011

    On Tuesday, March 8 at 1 PM ET / 10 AM PT, PBS NewsHour will team up with ITVS and Independent Lens to present a panel discussion on violence against women in the Congo and beyond. The Congo and Beyond: Live Chat on Empowering Women Set on the 100th anniversary of  International Women’s Day, the online discussion will use news reports and footage from the

  2. Survey Says: Support Public Broadcasting

    March 1, 2011

    Bipartisan survey shows public’s overwhelming opposition to proposed cuts A national survey undertaken by the bipartisan polling firms of Hart Research and American Viewpoint indicates overwhelming public opposition (69% to 27%) to proposals to eliminate government funding of public broadcasting, with voters across the political spectrum

  3. ITVS Announces Five-Year Investment from Ford Foundation’s JustFilms Program

    February 22, 2011

    Program will bring $1 million a year to independent producersITVS is delighted to announce it will continue to find and fund the highest-quality international documentaries and bring them to millions of U.S. television and online viewers with a new five-year investment from Ford Foundation’s JustFilms program. The funding will provide $1 million a

  4. A Social Media Recap of ITVS@Sundance

    January 31, 2011

     ITVS staff and films were all over this year’s Sundance Film Festival and we have the tweets to prove it. Our own social media guru Jonathan Archer (@jonarcher) storified a week’s worth of ITVS-related events in Park City including the Sundance Documentary Editing Award for If a Tree Falls. Bring yourself up to speed with the social media story below…

  5. Find ITVS Staff at Sundance

    January 25, 2011

     ITVS is well represented at this year’s Sundance Film Festival in Park City. In addition to having two films competing in the festival and another two hosting their doc premiere, two ITVS execs are also on-hand for industry meetings. Vice Presidents Claire Aguilar (programming) and Lois Vossen (series producer of Independent Lens) will both be